I have always heard amazing things about Jeni’s ice cream, including that they use a unique process to make their delicious ice cream (they describe it as having a buttercream body). I had never had the opportunity to try it for myself. Until Charleston.
My husband and I stopped our RV in Charleston for a few hours to explore, and in my wanderings, I stumbled upon some ice cream. The reviews said it was overpriced, but a quick google search told me there were other ice cream shops nearby too – including Jeni’s! My decision made, I headed to Jeni’s. Although the line layout wasn’t super-clear, the service was excellent. I noted that the prices were on the higher side, but they were typical for a city like Charleston…and of course you pay more for quality.The scoops were small but satisfying. If you’re hungry, I’d suggest getting the trio for $6. The ice cream is delicious and clearly uses very high-quality ingredients.
Milky chocolate: A rather simple but delicious flavor.
Salty caramel: Prominent salt, with cream and caramel…a very fun flavor
Darkest chocolate: She told me this is 99% cacao butter! It’s amazing, like an intense dark brownie batter but with plenty of sweet too. This is the perfect balance for chocolate connoisseurs. In the running for the best I’ve had, for sure!
Two small scoops ran me $6 total. They throw a waffle crisp thing on top which was outrageously full of flavor.
I highly recommend Jeni’s, particularly their Charleston location. They also ship nationwide!
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I went in Nashville, looooved the brambleberry
I bet it was awesome! Somehow I didn’t notice the brambleberry sign until I left. Glad you enjoyed it!
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